This time, Homa Gallery had organized an exhibition of artworks dating back to one hundred years ago. It seems Tehran private galleries are taking charge of abandoned responsibilities of museums and cultural centres: they organize lectures, workshops, art fairs, competitions, memorials, etc. And they are pretty good at that. Apart from its charm, this exhibition reminded the viewer of the importance of viewpoint: you would see the ‘historical’ photographs as artworks due to their being located in an art gallery. Under this photograph, considered by an orientalist as an evidence of the barbarian eastern tradition of burying people alive, it is written: ‘this is late Nasrollah Mirza at the Caspian sea’ buried in sand for medication!